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SFGTV
Oct 1, 2012 12:30am PDT
. in the first three years which is 2008, nine, and ten, we were introducing the cma or the state was introducing the cma through the grade levels so first was the elementary grades. then the secondary grades and then high school subject grades, so it was being introduced, so when you look at the last two years you will see that we have increased the number of students taking the special ed because it was 1,920 in 2011 and now in 2012 we have this amount taking the csd. the english language adult proficiency level over these years is 12% increased but has to be looked at with the lens that they were students taking moving on to take zvzv okay. over the last two years we did see increase in csd and when we disaggregated the results from movement we see the same trend as we saw in the district which is growth for matched students. okay. there is also a break down that we have for all of these. not only to show you how many students every year were taking those various exams but also the performance level for proficient and above. okay. the same kind of break down we see for program now in th
SFGTV
Oct 1, 2012 1:30am PDT
on kids taking the cma, how many kids are taking it? you touched on some of this. i would like to see an analysis what is the use of the cma, particularly in the superintendent zone and does -- i mean the ideas -- has the bottom been sort of cut off in the superintendent zone as well as as she demonstrated in some of the district wide figures by putting kids into cma and is our use greater in the superintendent zones than the district as a whole? i know you don't have that at your fingertips but if i could get that i would be interested. >> thank you. >> i actually wanted to ask a similar question to commissioner norton so follow up on the first question a bit. there are -- i mean that we know resources are important and we also know that this version of support for struggling schools will not look like this version after this year, and i carefully say that because when people say "oh what are we going to do when the sig money goes away? " . i have been saying to people and i think is true and there will be another version coming along from the state or feds on ways to target reso
SFGTV
Oct 17, 2012 5:00am PDT
? that is probably easier. here is the map. we can fund projects that the cma -- you know, the authority deems to have proximate access to priority development areas, so the best example of this that i can give is if you look at the priority development area on 19th avenue, we don't necessarily have to provide funding for just the piece of project that may be on 19th within the pda but if project provides access we can also use that project. that means the criteria. there is that piece of it. so that can be helpful for a lot of the districts that have the large corridors and the citywide networks providing access. >> someone -- give me an example. not representing district one or four here, since we are on the committee here and in district one, the one california feeds into and starts by the ocean. but this is not in district one but the california because it feeds into it, we can prioritize to 40th? >> we would have to look at where the improvements where, make sure improvements are serving the priority development area. if we do all improvements out at 40th, we would have to balance those t
SFGTV
Oct 3, 2012 4:00pm PDT
address them with our transportation system. as cma conducted management agency for san francisco, the transportation authority is responsible for the city and county's long range plan for our system. all operators, all modes for a 30-year horizon period. it is our means of shaping our regional priorities, what we want as the region to prioritize in terms of investment, transportation, and it's our way of shaping the next generation of priorities for our city. the sfgt -- >> you can use that mic if you'd like. >> the sfpt is developed to be consistent with the other agency specific or mode specific transportation
SFGTV
Oct 4, 2012 12:00am PDT
's growth challenges and how we can address them with our transportation system. as cma conducted management agency for san francisco, the transportation authority is responsible for the city and county's long range plan for our system. all operators, all modes for a 30-year horizon period. it is our means of shaping our regional priorities, what we want as the region to prioritize in terms of investment, transportation, and it's our way of shaping the next generation of priorities for our city. the sfgt -- >> you can use that mic if you'd like. >> the sfpt is developed to be consistent with the other agency specific or mode specific transportation plans that are developed by metro strategy, mta, capital plan, the tep. these priorities are drawn into and considered in the san francisco transportation plan and then sftp informs the updates to those plans. for instance, the planning department will update the general plan transportation element after the adoption of the sftp next spring. the climate action plan, for instance, was developed in collaboration between the city and the transportati
SFGTV
Oct 16, 2012 12:00pm PDT
planning of the second street streetscape. you remember the fallout from the cma block grant. when we put the grant together for this planning phase we included an october presentation to the committee just to update you on the outreach process. christine that is here to update you today and we are today. >> good morning, commissioners. as has been said, my name is christine and i am the project manager for the second street improvement project. the second straetd project is a joint effort led by dpw but also mta and the planning department. second street bad mri needs to be repaved. anyone who has been on second street knows what poor condition it's in, and the department of public works and the city don't just want to replace what's there now, we want to implement a complete street project that includes bicycle and pedestrian improvements, landscaping and street furnishings as well. to date we have held two gsin may and september. at the first meeting we developed goals for both the community and the city around second street. those goals include improving safety along the corridor
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